Be Careful Of Those PS4 Beta Sites, They’re Fake You Know
In what seems like a reinforcement of something that should (read: really should) be common knowledge to most folk, Sony have said that any and every PS4 beta website out there is completely fake and a scam to get your personal details. Who would’ve guessed, right?
If you’re actively on any form of social media, you’ve no doubt already seen some images and links being shared that advertise becoming a PS4 tester. Yes, because Sony just hands out opportunities like that to everyone, no matter how smart you are when it comes to giving feedback on hardware and software designs alike. Sony felt the need to make it clear, once again, to the thousands being scammed and fooled everyday (seriously, you’re stupid) by tweeting the following message yesterday.
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“Just a reminder: Any sites asking you to enter details to sign up for PS4 beta testing are scams.”
There you have it, as clear as day. Sony already have their testers, and if they want more they’re not going to make you share an image for the chance to become one. To those constantly posting that shit on Facebook and Twitter, grow a brain cell, please.